Some people around here are familiar with such programs as Nefmoto, Tunerpro and Winols. I'd like to know who's out there tuning their own ECU with these tools. I've gotten real interested in manipulating some off the shelf tunes I have and I'm sure there's others out there who would be interested in knowing that they can design their own tune (with proper knowledge) and the hardware / SW.
As for hardware all you need is a Vagcom cable that works in "dumb" mode
For Software you can use Nefmoto Desktop to read your current tune, in Winols or Tunerpro you can modify it and with Nefmoto flash your new tune into the ECU.
There are also many index's and guides showing what each map on the ECU does and how to adjust it.
Of course you would need to make a Base copy in the case you damage the tune. Also Messing with it without doing some reading first could get you in some issues.
The thing is all the common tunes on the market are only blocked by a DO NOT READ sign randomly thrown about the file. All you need to do is remove these and you can change the values you wish.
Does anyone around here have any files they've made?
Why can't we start trading some tune's like the DSM and SUBARU enthusiasts?
We DO have the tools, and we have alot of capable people around here. Why aren't we a part of the open source tuning movement?